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2018 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON)

ENERGYCON covers a broad range of electric power and energy systems topics and is open to contributions that are related to the theme "Towards Self-healing, Resilient and Green Electric Power and Energy Systems".

  • 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON)

    IEEE EnergyCon is dedicated to experts carrying out research focused to energy and power systems. It has already become one of the premier IEEE forums for the application of electronics, instrumentation, information and communication technology to the electricity industry.

  • 2014 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON)

    EnergyCon 2014 is dedicated to experts carrying out research focused to energy and power systems. It is one of the premier forums for the application of electronics, instrumentation, information and communication technology to the electricity industry.

  • 2012 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON 2012)

    The IEEE Energy Conference 2012 (EnergyCon) provides an international forum for the exchange of innovative technologies related to the Electric Power and Energy Systems as well as renewable Energy industry, toward user -centric systems. It is also the premier IEEE forum for the practical application of electronics, instrumentation and Information Communication Technology in the Energy Industries and Applications, including all Upstream and Downstream activities.

  • 2010 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON 2010)

    This conference is intended to explore the latest technological development related to the Energy industry. It is intended to focus on academic researches as well as industrial solutions to various fields supporting energy production, exploration, transmission, distribution and utilization.


2018 IEEE International Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference (IPMHVC)

This conference provides an exchange of technical topics in the fields of Solid State Modulators and Switches, Breakdown and Insulation, Compact Pulsed Power Systems, High Voltage Design, High Power Microwaves, Biological Applications, Analytical Methods and Modeling, and Accelerators.


NOMS 2018 - 2018 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium

The 16th IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2018) will be held 23-27 April 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan. Held in even-numbered years since 1988, NOMS 2018 will follow the 30 years tradition of NOMS and IM as the primary IEEE Communications Society's forum for technical exchange on management of information and communication technology focusing on research, development, integration, standards, service provisioning, and user communities. The theme of NOMS2018 will be Towards Cognitive Management in a Cyber World, presenting recent, emerging approaches and technical solutions for dealing with management of Fixed Networks, Mobile Networks, Clouds, and Vertical Systems (e.g., smart cities and smart transportations, etc.) in order to enable convergence of the networked services. NOMS 2018 will offer various types of sessions: keynotes, technical, experience, demo, tutorial, poster, panel, and dissertation.


2017 13th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM)

The conference deals with the management of computer networks and its surrounding components, including, core devices, end systems, network services, communication protocols, applications, and architectures.


2017 14th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intelligence (URAI)

The aim of this conference is to bring together academics, researchers, engineers and students worldwide to discuss the state-of-the-art technology and to present recent works related to the various aspects of all kinds of robots. Topics include but not limited to: Ubiquitous robots, Ambient intelligence, Network-based robotics, Human-robot interaction, Robot vision and audition, Sensor networks and sensor fusion, Robotic agents, Robot intelligence and learning, Intelligent space/environment technologies, Distributed robotics, Navigation and localization, Robot kinematics and dynamics, Robot control, Robotic mechanism and design, Control architecture and middleware, Haptics and teleoperation, Sensors and actuators, Medical/rehabilitation robotics, Humanoid robots, Field robots, Service robots, Industrial robots, Biorobotics and biomimetics, Robotic media and art, Internet of robotic things, Healthcare & life-care robots, etc.


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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.


Automation Science and Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

The IEEE Transactions on Automation Sciences and Engineering (T-ASE) publishes fundamental papers on Automation, emphasizing scientific results that advance efficiency, quality, productivity, and reliability. T-ASE encourages interdisciplinary approaches from computer science, control systems, electrical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, operations research, and other fields. We welcome results relevant to industries such as agriculture, biotechnology, healthcare, home automation, maintenance, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, retail, ...


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Computer

Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.


Display Technology, Journal of

This publication covers the theory, design, fabrication, manufacturing and application of information displays and aspects of display technology that emphasize the progress in device engineering, device design, materials, electronics, physics and reliabilityaspects of displays and the application of displays.


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The Differences of Collaborative Learning and Scientific Inquiry Competencies between Experienced and Novice Learners in Ubiquitous Problem-Based Learning

Pi-Hsia Hung; Gwo-Jen Hwang; Tsung-Hsun Wu; I-Hua Lin; Yueh-Hsun Lee; Wen-Yi Chang 2012 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Wireless, Mobile and Ubiquitous Technology in Education, 2012

The purpose of this study is to elaborate the ubiquitous problem-base learning(UPBL) model with collaborative learning competence and to investigate the differences of collaborative learning and scientific inquiry competencies between experienced and novice students in UPBL. Computerized ecology observation competence assessment (CEOCA) was integrated into three trips of Chiku Wetland inquiry activities. Among the 32 participants, 6 6th graders were ...


Mv networks reconfiguration for losses reduction

Maurizio Delfanti; Davide Falabretti; Marco Merlo; Diana Moneta 2012 IEEE International Energy Conference and Exhibition (ENERGYCON), 2012

This paper describes an advanced method of analysis and optimization of Medium Voltage (MV) distribution networks with the aim to increase the energy efficiency, based on the grid reconfiguration. The study is based on a procedure that optimizes the network structure during a given time interval (e.g. a day or an entire year). Both the cases of static (optimized configuration ...


Pulsed green laser beam a-Si crystallization and long line beam generation for LCD and OLED TFT-panels manufacturing

Berthold Burghardt; Johannes Richter; Jong Kab Park; Hans-Jürgen Kahlert 2012 19th International Workshop on Active-Matrix Flatpanel Displays and Devices (AM-FPD), 2012

Green laser annealing (GLA) by pulsed solid state lasers offers a variety of options to prepare a-Si thin films for TFT (thin film transistors) flat panel display applications. Recent investigations have shown that the green wavelength can be applied at medium energy density in the range of 300-500mJ/cm2 using a 60-150ns laser pulse. The crystallization leads to p-Si material which ...


Estimation of green space ratio for assessing urban landscapes using digital surface models and images

Junichi Susaki; Yuto Komiya 2014 8th IAPR Workshop on Pattern Reconition in Remote Sensing, 2014

This paper proposes a method for estimating the green space ratio in urban areas by using airborne LiDAR and aerial photographs. The index is defined as the ratio of an area occluded by vegetation to the whole of an area in an azimuth-elevation angle space. Vegetation is detected by a combination of segmented LiDAR data point clouds and image brightness ...


Automated detection of diabetic retinopathy through image feature extraction

M. Akshatha Rao; Dharmanna Lamani; Rekha Bhandarkar; T. C. Manjunath 2014 International Conference on Advances in Electronics Computers and Communications, 2014

Diabetes is a disease which is caused due to high blood glucose level in the body. If diabetes is left untreated, vision of the diabetic patient will deteriorate as the disease progresses. Vision deteriorates due to the development of various lesions in eye retina such as microaneurysms, exudates, hemorrhages and cotton wool spots; diabetes at this stage is called Diabetic ...


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The Differences of Collaborative Learning and Scientific Inquiry Competencies between Experienced and Novice Learners in Ubiquitous Problem-Based Learning

Pi-Hsia Hung; Gwo-Jen Hwang; Tsung-Hsun Wu; I-Hua Lin; Yueh-Hsun Lee; Wen-Yi Chang 2012 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Wireless, Mobile and Ubiquitous Technology in Education, 2012

The purpose of this study is to elaborate the ubiquitous problem-base learning(UPBL) model with collaborative learning competence and to investigate the differences of collaborative learning and scientific inquiry competencies between experienced and novice students in UPBL. Computerized ecology observation competence assessment (CEOCA) was integrated into three trips of Chiku Wetland inquiry activities. Among the 32 participants, 6 6th graders were ...


Mv networks reconfiguration for losses reduction

Maurizio Delfanti; Davide Falabretti; Marco Merlo; Diana Moneta 2012 IEEE International Energy Conference and Exhibition (ENERGYCON), 2012

This paper describes an advanced method of analysis and optimization of Medium Voltage (MV) distribution networks with the aim to increase the energy efficiency, based on the grid reconfiguration. The study is based on a procedure that optimizes the network structure during a given time interval (e.g. a day or an entire year). Both the cases of static (optimized configuration ...


Pulsed green laser beam a-Si crystallization and long line beam generation for LCD and OLED TFT-panels manufacturing

Berthold Burghardt; Johannes Richter; Jong Kab Park; Hans-Jürgen Kahlert 2012 19th International Workshop on Active-Matrix Flatpanel Displays and Devices (AM-FPD), 2012

Green laser annealing (GLA) by pulsed solid state lasers offers a variety of options to prepare a-Si thin films for TFT (thin film transistors) flat panel display applications. Recent investigations have shown that the green wavelength can be applied at medium energy density in the range of 300-500mJ/cm2 using a 60-150ns laser pulse. The crystallization leads to p-Si material which ...


Estimation of green space ratio for assessing urban landscapes using digital surface models and images

Junichi Susaki; Yuto Komiya 2014 8th IAPR Workshop on Pattern Reconition in Remote Sensing, 2014

This paper proposes a method for estimating the green space ratio in urban areas by using airborne LiDAR and aerial photographs. The index is defined as the ratio of an area occluded by vegetation to the whole of an area in an azimuth-elevation angle space. Vegetation is detected by a combination of segmented LiDAR data point clouds and image brightness ...


Automated detection of diabetic retinopathy through image feature extraction

M. Akshatha Rao; Dharmanna Lamani; Rekha Bhandarkar; T. C. Manjunath 2014 International Conference on Advances in Electronics Computers and Communications, 2014

Diabetes is a disease which is caused due to high blood glucose level in the body. If diabetes is left untreated, vision of the diabetic patient will deteriorate as the disease progresses. Vision deteriorates due to the development of various lesions in eye retina such as microaneurysms, exudates, hemorrhages and cotton wool spots; diabetes at this stage is called Diabetic ...


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  • D2D Communications in Hierarchical HetNets

    The growth in mobile communication systems has led to a tremendous increase in the energy consumed by the mobile networks. Device¿¿¿to¿¿¿device (D2D) communications and small¿¿¿cell networks are considered to be an integral part of the 5G communications due to the low power, low cost and ease of deployment of small¿¿¿cell BSs (SBSs) and D2D communications. This chapter introduces a three¿¿¿tier hierarchical HetNet by exploiting D2D communications in traditional HetNets. The performance of the proposed network configuration is investigated by comparing the spectral and backhaul energy efficiency improvements in the hierarchical HetNet against traditional HetNets. The chapter describes the network architecture, spectrum partitioning and transmission model of a hierarchical HetNet. The first scenario comprised a HetNet without D2D links, and the second scenario considered a hierarchical HetNet with overlay D2D communication. Simulation results show that hierarchical HetNet with D2D communications outperforms the full small¿¿¿cell deployment in terms of average user transmission power.

  • Green Home and Enterprise Networks

    With the data traffic growing nearly exponentially, concerns regarding excessive energy consumption in wireless networks have been raised for home and enterprise environments. These two types of networks are discussed here jointly because of the many similarities they exhibit, namely, propagation environments (dominantly indoor scenarios, high diversity of building structures with many obstacles, both due to wall construction and the used equipment) and network structure, that is, usually consisting of an Ethernet‐based backbone and a wireless last hop from which many different wireless technologies have emerged. In this chapter, the most important differences and future perspectives for both networks are pointed out. The 'green context' of the discussed environments is also discussed. To this end, first the important metrics used in the context of green networking in wireless scenarios are introduced, and using these metrics an initial evaluation of the potential energy savings in both scenarios has been performed. Next, the reality of energy savings that are possible to achieve in the current state of home and enterprise networks is surveyed. Then, an overview of what can be done is given, including hardware (room for possible hardware improvements) and network‐level solutions, with a conclusion that the latter approaches have much more potential. An overview of the most important challenges and limitations in current home and network environments is also presented. Next, a detailed survey of the network‐level solutions applicable in dense WLAN scenarios is given, followed by an outlook on the deployment of femtocells and their most important challenges in near future perspective home and enterprise deployments. Finally, the conclusions and the future outlook of green tech niques in home and enterprise environments are provided.

  • Energy‐Efficiency Metrics and Performance Trade‐Offs of GREEN Wireless Networks

    A key challenge of future mobile communications research is to strike an attractive compromise between wireless network's area spectral efficiency and energy efficiency. This necessitates a clean-slate approach to wireless system design. This trend is irreversible and will have a profound impact on both the theory and practice of future green heterogeneous networks, which will no longer be purely optimized for approaching the attainable capacity, but will explicitly include the energy efficiency during the design and optimization of the entire protocol stack. This implies that new performance metrics quantifying the energy efficiency of mobile networks are necessary. This will inevitably introduce new fundamental trade‐offs that have to be accurately investigated. The objective of this chapter is to summarize the main efforts of the research community in the definition of these energy‐efficiency metrics as well as to describe the most important and fundamental trade‐offs that emerge with these new performance metrics at hand.

  • Embodied Energy of Communication Devices

    Due to the extensive and continuously rising energy consumption in modern telecommunications networks, several approaches have been suggested to improve their energy efficiencies, that is network re‐engineering, dynamic adaptation of network or device resources, sleeping/standby approaches. But there are some limitations in these approaches. For example, in mobile networks, some approaches suggest cutting down the operating energy with the reduction of the transmission power of BSs (and consequently the reduction of cell sizes), which results in a larger number of cells (and equipment) required to preserve the systems coverage and capacity. Some further researches suggest the power‐off or sleep‐mode strategies for additional energy savings. Although these researches proved to save up to one third of operating energy, their main issue is the negligence of the embodied energy. This chapter investigates the embodied energy of network equipment. First, we propose an extension of the existing energy consumption model with embodied energy. Further, since there are not many studies dealing the embodied energy of the network equipment, we try to estimate the embodied energy of a general BS in contrast to its operating energy. The results of case study show, that due to the complex process of semiconductor manufacturing, the embodied energy of mobile operators' equipment is obviously far from being neglected, since it can be as high as half of operating energy in the equipment's lifetime. Consequently, there is a strong need to rethink the past approaches suggesting an increase in the number of BSs in order to save operating energy. Using a simple simulation, we have shown that there is a tradeoff between the reduction of transmission power (saving the operating energy) and the number of cells (saving the embodied ener gy) that requires an optimization procedure in order to find a satisfactory solution from the perspective of total energy, used for the equipment manufacturing and its operation (Life Cycle Assesment of Energy). The results of energy efficiency for two scenarios, excluding and including power‐off strategy, are provided.

  • Optimizing Green Energy Utilization for Mobile Networks with Hybrid Energy Supplies

    This chapter presents green energy optimization (GEO) schemes, which optimize energy utilization in cellular networks with hybrid energy supplies. The GEO scheme decomposes the problem into two sub¿¿¿problems: the multi¿¿¿stage energy allocation problem and the multi¿¿¿BSs energy balancing problem. The chapter proposes algorithms to solve these sub¿¿¿problems, and hence solve the green energy optimization problem. It introduces and investigates the green energy provisioning (GEP) problem, which aims to minimize the CAPEX of deploying green energy systems in BSs while satisfying the QoS requirements of cellular networks. The GEP problem is decomposed into the weighted energy minimization problem and the green energy system sizing problem. The chapter proposes a green energy provisioning solution consisting of a provision¿¿¿cost aware traffic load balancing algorithm and a binary energy system sizing algorithm to solve the sub¿¿¿problems and hence solve the GEP problem.

  • Green MTC, M2M, Internet of Things

    The capability of having any type of object interconnected and Internet‐connected creates an unprecedented access and exchange of information that has been baptized as the Internet of Things (IoT). With the advancement of integrated technologies, improved batteries, and electronic miniaturization, everyday things will be equipped with sensors and microprocessors to collect information around them and execute smart applications. In addition, they will be able to communicate with each other. The IoT has the potential to revolutionize innovations; create new products, services, business; and reshape consumer's behavior. IoT represents a major player for the future of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).The development of the IoT must be environment friendly. ICT have shown to be a key contributor to global warming and environmental pollution; it is predicted that the global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ICT will account for 12% of all emissions by 2020 at a growth rate of 6% per year. Therefore, it is mandatory to develop environmentally friendly ‐ or "green" ‐ technologies for the IoT, and ICT in general.Machine‐to‐Machine (M2M) communications constitute a fundamental part of the IoT. The term M2M refers to the exchange of data between two or more entities, objects, or machines that do not necessarily need human interaction. The envisioned market for such kind of communications is broader than the one traditional human‐based communications in terms of number of users and variety of applications. Some forecasts predict figures up to 50 billion machines that will be connecting to communication networks by 2020. This is a very big number compared to the entire world p opulation of around 7 billion people. Therefore, there are some challenges that need to be addressed in order to fully supportM2Mservices in current communication networks. From the technical point of view, M2M communications are substantially different from Human‐to‐Human (H2H) communications. For example, network operators should provide communication services at low cost in order to face the low Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). Despite the large number of expected M2M connections, most of them will generate very little and infrequent data traffic. Communication networks shall also provide suitable congestion and overload control solutions in order to handle a huge number of simultaneous connections. Features such as low mobility, time‐controlled data delivery, group‐based policing and addressing, low connection delays, and a wide variety of Quality of Service requirements are among other challenges that need to be addressed. All of them must have the "green" concept embedded. In order to ensure that devices can operate autonomously for years or even decades without human intervention, it is necessary to provide networks with highly efficient communication protocols. This is the main focus of this chapter.The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) created in 2009 a dedicated technical committee to identify key M2M use cases, understand the service requirements, and promote standards for the complete end‐to‐end M2M functional architecture. Later, in 2012, the global One M2M project was also established by ETSI, with other international standardization bodies, in order to define M2M standards that can accelerate the deployment and success of M2M applications.

  • Introduction

    This chapter provides an introduction on the green communications and energy efficiency in telecommunication systems considering the origins of the problem and indicating the main motivations. It additionally provides an overview of energy efficiency in telecommunication systems highlighting past and present innovations and demonstrating the evolution of the green communications field. An overview of the system model is followed by an examination of the different parts of a telecommunication network where energy conservation mechanisms and practices can be applied, as further detailed throughout the book. The fundamental energy efficiency concepts and principles in telecommunication systems are then analyzed, reviewing also the elementary energy quantification and qualification measures.

  • Green GSM

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Energy Optimized Network Design Coverage Improvement Techniques Capacity Improvement Techniques Energy Savings through Software Solutions Energy‐Efficient BTS Site Renewable Energy Sources Energy Savings for Controllers and Transcoders References

  • Green Multi¿¿¿homing Approach

    This chapter presents the heterogeneous wireless communication medium and discusses the potentials of multi¿¿¿homing approach in green communications. It focuses on several challenging issues pertaining to the design and implementation of the green multi¿¿¿homing approach. The heterogeneous wireless access medium exhibits great potential in improving energy efficiency while satisfying the QoS of mobile users. Multi¿¿¿homing services can aggregate bandwidth from different networks, enable better mobility support and reduce energy consumption for mobile users and network operators. In addition to exploiting different channel conditions and path losses among MTs and BSs/APs of different networks, the available bandwidth and operating frequency bands at different networks can further enhance energy efficiency. In joint bandwidth and power allocation for uplink and downlink communications in a heterogeneous networking setting, there are many challenging technical issues including fairness in energy efficiency among MTs, decentralized implementation with reduced signalling overhead, in¿¿¿device coexistence (IDC) interference management and implementation complexity.

  • Fundamental Green Networking Technologies

    This chapter gives an overview of the fundamental green networking technologies. Mobile traffic offloading, which is referred to as utilizing complementary network communications techniques to deliver mobile traffic, is a promising technique to alleviate congestion and reduce the energy consumption of mobile networks. Based on the network access mode, mobile traffic offloading schemes can be divided into two categories. The first category is infrastructure based mobile traffic offloading, which refers to deploying small cell base stations (BSs) to offload mobile traffic from macro BSs (MBSs). The second category is ad¿¿¿hoc based mobile traffic offloading, which refers to applying device¿¿¿to¿¿¿device (D2D) communications as an underlay to offload mobile traffic from MBSs. To understand the performance of mobile networks, many measurement studies have been presented. These studies unveil the obstacles that delay content delivery in mobile networks, and shed light on the research directions for enhancing the performance of mobile networks.



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